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About Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu, a South Indian state, is famous internationally for its Dravidian-style Hindu sanctuaries. In Madurai, Meenakshi Amman Temple has high "gopuram" towers ornamented with beautiful figures. On Pamban Island, Ramanathaswamy Temple is a journey site. The town of Kanyakumari, at India's southernmost tip, is the site of custom dawns. Capital Chennai is known for shorelines and points of interest including 1644 provincial Fort St. George.

Tamil Nadu lies in the southernmost part of the Indian Peninsula and is bordered by the union territory of Puducherry and the South Indian states of Karnataka, and Andhra Pradesh.

Tamil Nadu is the eleventh-biggest state in India by territory and the 6th generally crowded. The state was positioned 6th among states in India as per the Human Development Index in 2011, and is the second biggest state economy in India with ₹13,842 billion (US$220 billion) in total national output after Maharashtra. Tamil Nadu was positioned as one of the best seven created states in India in view of a "Multidimensional Development Index" in a 2013 report distributed by the Reserve Bank of India. Its official dialect is Tamil, which is one of the longest-surviving traditional dialects on the planet.

Tamil Nadu is home to natural resources. Moreover, its kin have created and proceed with established expressions, traditional music, and traditional writing. Notable structures and religious locales incorporate Hindu sanctuaries of Tamil design, slope stations, shoreline resorts, multi-religious journey destinations, and eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites.